Gynecology and Chinese Herbal Medicine
Did you know that Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture work directly with our bodies Qi and blood?
What does this mean for women's health?
Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture together are an excellent and natural way to help regulate the female body. Many major symptoms that many women face on a monthly basis are do to imbalance of your bodies Qi and blood.
In some cases the Qi and blood may not be sufficient. Resulting in late periods, spotting or bleeding in between periods. In other cases the Qi and blood may be blocked and not flowing smoothly therefor creating premenstrual symptoms, pain, discomfort and irregular periods.
Not only can Chinese medicine relieve the symptoms of PMS and other menstrual disorders, Chinese diagnosis looks to find the root cause to extinguish problems from where they arise.
If you suffer from PMS, pain and cramping before, during or after periods or if you have early, late or irregular cycles and if you suffer from any of the symptoms listed below, Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture may be able to help you to not only regulate your body and relieve your symptoms but, to help you gain control over your health and wellbeing.
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The United States Department of Health and Human Services website states that "Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a combination of symptoms that many women get about a week or two before their period. Most women, over 90%, say they get some premenstrual symptoms, such as bloating, headaches, and moodiness. For some women, these symptoms may be so severe that they miss work or school, but other women are not bothered by milder symptoms. On average, women in their 30s are most likely to have PMS"
According to The United States Department of Health and Human Services website:
Physical symptoms of PMS can include:
#Swollen or #tenderbreasts
#Constipation or #diarrhea
#Bloating or a #gassyfeeling
#Headache or #backache
Lower tolerance for noise or light
Emotional or mental symptoms of PMS include:
#Irritability or #hostilebehavior
#Sleepproblems (sleeping too much or too little)
Appetite changes or food cravings
Trouble with concentration or memory
#Tension or #anxiety
#Depression, feelings of #sadness, or crying spells
Less interest in sex
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